What is Anesthesia and Reanimation?
The unit in hospitals and other health institutions that is responsible for checking the patient’s values such as blood pressure, pulse and breathing from pre-operative to post-operative is called anesthesia and reanimation.
The reanimation branch of this unit, better known simply as “anesthesia”, basically means bringing the patient back to life. Reanimation is a process performed to make the stopped respiratory or circulatory system functional and alive again. This procedure is important to prevent complications before, during or after surgery and to protect the health of the patient. The anesthesia and reanimation unit is of great importance, especially in terms of eliminating such possible problems that may arise during surgery.
As mentioned above, the anesthesia and reanimation unit is involved in every stage of the surgery process. Below, the scope of duty of this unit is explained in detail: